Disney finds Tuck Everlasting

The title Tuck Everlasting seems fitting for a film that ably remakes a film over twenty years old. The Ponce de León inspired search for the foutain of youth will
hit DVD in February.

Winnie is a free-spirited 15-year-old in a stuffy Victorian household who stumbles on the Tucks,
a strange family hiding out on the family grounds. They, the teen learns, have discovered a spring
that makes them immortal. When the teen disappears, a man assigned to find her tries to use the spring
for his personal gain. The teen must decide whether to become immortal and stay with a Tuck she’s
fallen in love with.

An anamorphic widescreen transfer and audio in Dolby Digital 5.1 will grace the DVD along with
an audio commentary by director Jay Russell and cast members Jonathan Jackson, Alexis Bledel and Scott Bairstow.
Two featurettes; “Lessons Of Tuck” and “A Visit With Natalie Babbitt” are on board
as are original theatrical trailers.

The suggested retail price is $29.95. On February 18th, the Tuck will make it to DVD, thus allowing it to live forever.

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